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Atom Raiders heartbroken in final

The Richmond Atom Raiders saw their outstanding 9-1 season end abruptly Sunday in the Vancouver Mainland Football League final at Minoru Park.    - Don Fennell photo
The Richmond Atom Raiders saw their outstanding 9-1 season end abruptly Sunday in the Vancouver Mainland Football League final at Minoru Park.
— image credit: Don Fennell photo

The Richmond Raiders' season ended abruptly Sunday at Minoru Park, with the host team losing the Vancouver Mainland Football League Atom Division playoff championship 20-0 to the visiting Coquitlam Lions.

The Raiders finished atop the regular-season standings with a 9-1 record.

 

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